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've got to use paul ryan that. would help. if he wanted to fully use his number two as opposed to president obama who probably doesn't. let's look at what he wants to do. he wants to tax those who have had it too good for too long. the rich. what will it add up if we take all the money from the rich, the current deficit, if we raise it up to the clinton era levels. the current deficit is over a trillion dollars a year. that's with the proposal he put together. you'd save $87 billion if you raised it to the clinton era levels. the difference is just now you still owe $913 billion and the rich have less money. >> it's completely unserious. and for hillary to get up there and talk, well, she's kinds of laughing through her answer yesterday at that speech. oh, well, we have these really rich people at all of these countries. they don't do anything. she basically said they don't do anything to help the growth in many of these countries. and i say to my sieve, okay. we're going to have a fiscal cliff if we don't do anything about it. we have these taxes hiked up. we have the obamacar
romney. one of the things he said is, america needs a comeback team. mitt romney and paul ryan are that team. thank you, john elway for that quote. >> gretchen: coming up on "fox & friends," they fight for your right to vote. military voting appears to be way down. is the government making it too hard for them to vote? we're going to get to the bottom of it next. >> brian: then, bet you've never seen this before. cops chasing a drunk guy on a horse. >> steve: wait a minute. the drunk guy is on the horse? >> brian: $3 million, that's how much money attorneys for whistle blowers donated to the president's reelection campaign as the obama administration cracks down on corporate fraud. they're reaping multi million dollar rewards. next, $5.6 billion. that's the latest payment the postal service failed to pay. the agency now expects it lost $15 billion in the last fiscal year. but says service will not be interrupted. i still like the peel off stamps. $6.1 million. that's how much taxpayers paid for a pair of g8 conferences last year. one of the officials resigning in wake of a scan
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